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System error loading

Im not good in repairing computer but ihave little bit of knowledge in comp?in my case im in other coutry so its hard to find where ican bring it to i try search for some solution.can u help me?when i start up my comp for formating it will promp an error on laoding operating system.what would be the prob of that is it OS or my mother board?

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Re: system error loading

Try restarting and go to bios,set to default config.


This issue may occur if your computer BIOS does not correctly manage or support the capacity of the hard disk on which you are installing Windows XP.
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How do fix this bios probem error 0167

BIOS is the program that tells your computer how to start up. Someone may have upgraded yours without finishing the job.

If your computer seems to run fine when you press F2, there's no rush (you can run it like this until you get it looked at).

You should have a knowledgeable person or technician enter SETUP (F1) and load the default settings. That should stop the error.

If you decide to enter Setup youself, it is at your own risk! Loading the defaults might reduce your system performance (it might not even recognize your hard drive), requiring customization in SETUP.

If you have a service contract, call and have them walk you through the process.

Dec 03, 2010 | IBM (25P3294) Motherboard

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Im having problems booting up a computer? First it was working fine but it crashed and after I repaired and tried to restart again it couldnt start showing "Error Loading Operating System" cant really see...

First does the computer boot to the BIOS screen?

If so, then does it recognize the hard driver where the OS is located.

Is the hard drive unstable or beginning to fai?.

Is the boot sector corrupted?

The only way to find the answer to these questions is to run a diagnostic test on the hard drive to see if it is in good working order. You will need to remove it from your current computer and use a USB to IDE/SATA cable to connect it to another computer.

Jan 12, 2010 | Intel Motherboard

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So i just installed a MSI 785GM-e65 and started up my comp and it wont boot windows now any ideas ? yes its detecting my harddrive and ram, right now im running a repair on windows and if that doesnt work...

when you change motherboards, you almost always have to reinstall windows. windows installs are not meant to be swapped among motherboards, and it is in fact against the windows EULA.

Dec 25, 2009 | MSI 785GM-E65 AM3 AMD 785G HDMI Micro ATX...

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My computer can't load...even to entering the bios...why?

First, figure out what CAUSED the problem. Often times, when Windows is rendered unbootable, there is a good reason. This can often be due to hardware failure (bad hard disk, memory or CPU for example). In these cases, the system repair function will not work. System repair will only repair your software.

I strongly recommend you run a disk utility on your hard drive before performing a system repair. You can find more information about disk utilities here:

Memory can also cause these problems. A good memory test can be found here:

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Nov 29, 2009 | ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Motherboard

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Start up error message issue: floppy disk fail

if im correct, you havent installed a floppy drive yet...
while the comp is booting press esc (on some comps its F10 it should say on the screen) and access the boot there there is a list of boot items...they always list floppy drive as the first boot drive in case you need to recover your comp...remove floppy drive from your boot list making sure that your hardrive (C) is first drive to boot.
After you get your comp set up, you may want to change that sequence in case you ever have problems with your HDD

add a comment if you need more help

Jun 22, 2009 | EliteGroup K7S5A Pro Motherboard

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Cannot load operationing system because of fault saying, "no hard disk found in this computer"

Check the data cable. Make sure it is fully connected. (Sometimes they come loose). Check all connected data cable's & power cables within the system. Start with the new drive you installed. Unplug the data cable & re-connect. Follow it to the motherboard & do the same. If no cable seemed loose than replace the hard disk drive's cable with a new cable. Standard 80-conductor Ultra DMA IDE/ATA interface cable. See below;

ab2779a.jpg When you start up the dimension 4600, enter the bios, watch your screen at start up. You will need to press F2 or F10 key to enter the bios.
Once in the bios check that you hard disk drive is shown.
Most bios will list the drive by its model number. If you see the model number of the drive chances are you can save & exit the bios. Button up the case. You should be able to load windows.


May 05, 2009 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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In win set up

hi im josh in cebu phils. friend try this stuff to help you solve the problem.
This is a new error message in Windows XP that is displayed after you've had a program crash. (In Windows XP—in most cases—a program crash doesn't crash the entire operating system.) The message goes on to tell you that a log of this error has been created, and then prompts you to "please tell Microsoft about this problem." If you click the Send Error Report button, your computer will connect to the Internet and send the aforementioned error report to Microsoft. You also have the option to not send the report.
What happens when you click the Send Error Report button? Well, you can see for yourself by clicking the "To see what data this error report contains, click here" link. Windows will now display a totally incomprehensible collection of technical information that doesn't tell you diddly squat.
The big concern, of course, is how much of this information is technical and how much is personal; most users don't want to send Microsoft any more personal data than they absolutely have to. Microsoft says that they don't intentionally collect your name, address, email address, or any other personal information—however, the error report itself might include data files that contain this type of information.
So, should you send the error report? I'd recommend not, as you don't directly benefit from it; Microsoft uses this information for future bug fixes, not to help you with your specific problem. Just click the Don't Send button and continue with whatever you were doing before the message appeared.
By the way, if you get this message every time you turn on your PC, you need to update your version of Windows XP with Service Pack 1. This is a bug in the original Windows XP code that affects a small number of systems, and was fixed by Microsoft in SP1.
Unmountable boot volume This message is generated when certain Windows XP files become garbled, making your hard disk inaccessible. The solution is to use XP's new Recovery Console utility to repair the installation. Follow these steps:
  1. Reboot your computer using the Windows installation CD.
  2. When you see the Welcome to Setup screen, press the R key on your keyboard to start the Recovery Console.
  3. You're now presented with a command prompt. Enter chkdsk and press Enter.
  4. Enter exit and press Enter to quit the Recovery Console and restart your computer.
If this doesn't fix the problem, restart the Recovery Console and run the chkdsk /r command.
Windows protection error This error typically occurs when your computer attempts to load or unload a problematic virtual device driver (VXD). In most cases, the problematic driver is mentioned in the error message; in other cases, however, you'll have no clue as to what is causing the problem.
If you can track down the driver causing the problem, you can usually fix things by reinstalling or updating the driver, repairing any damaged Registry entries, or eliminating any driver conflicts.
good luck friend.

Mar 04, 2009 | ASUS P4SGX-MX Motherboard

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Problem while installing Win XP Prof.

The prolem is with Windows Xp cd...
When i try to install through the Genuine Win XP cd then it works fine...
So use the original softwares....

Feb 16, 2009 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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Put your hard disk to another computer format all drives unallocate the drives and aloocate in newly again..then istall the OS newly then put back in your system and check whether it works...

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Wont power down after shutdown

your operating system is screwed up,backup your files and reinstall with the restore disk/repair ,good luck

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